Mark Levenberg is an associate attorney at Mullen Coughlin, LLC. Mr. Levenberg advises clients on interpretation and application of state, federal, and international cybersecurity and data privacy laws. Mr. Levenberg focuses his practice on assisting clients in responding to all aspects of data privacy events and breach response. This includes directing forensic experts in system remediation and post-event analysis, advising of any notice obligations under applicable law, and coordinating the response to any subsequent regulatory inquiries that arise from an incident.
Prior to joining Mullen Coughlin, Mr. Levenberg spent nearly two decades in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office where he specialized in prosecuting homicide cases and was responsible for all aspects of the investigation, charging, and trial of those matters. Mr. Levenberg has extensive experience in legal research and writing and unmatched experience in the investigation and prosecution of a wide range of criminal acts including, but not limited to, economic crime, violent crime, and crimes involving corrupt organizations. A portion of Mr. Levenberg’s career in prosecution was spent assigned to the Special Investigations Unit using the grand jury and other tools to investigate official corruption by government employees and other public figures. His extensive litigation experience includes trying more than 150 jury trials and the use of expert witnesses in all manner of fields including forensic medicine, toxicology, forensic psychology, DNA/trace evidence, ballistics, arson/explosives, and digital forensics including computer forensics, cell phone data extraction, and historical cell site analysis. Mr. Levenberg also has prior experience representing clients in civil litigation matters.